Browse Plans of Work by Specialists

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Valdez, Carlos
Civil Rights (Los Alamos County)
Civil Rights compliance by New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service is mandated by federal laws and is directly tied to Extension's receipt of federal funding. Noncompliance may lead to loss of funding from our Federal partner
(Part of the Civil Rights state-level plan.)
County-level
Conservation and Efficient Use of Water (Los Alamos County)
The overall objective of the Los Alamos water conservation education plan is to lower residential and comercial outdoor water use through a variety of conservation measures that can easily be implemented by residents and owners in a phased approach
(Part of the Conservation and Efficient Use of Water state-level plan.)
County-level
Insects, Disease, and Fire (Los Alamos County)
Increase the general publics knowledge about fire ecology and techniques for creating and maintaining fire defensible space on private residential property.
(Part of the Insects, Disease, and Fire state-level plan.)
County-level
Plant Management Systems: Urban Horticulture (Los Alamos County)
Communicate knowledge about the principles and practices of urban horticulture to a broad audience, with an emphasis on promoting sustainable practices that protect resources and enhance ecosystems.
(Part of the Plant Management Systems: Urban Horticulture state-level plan.)
County-level
Youth Development (Los Alamos County)
To promote positive youth development for Los Alamos County youth through 4-H project work, special interest and school enrichment programs, leadership and citizenship opportunities.
(Part of the Youth Development state-level plan.)
County-level
Valdez, Tony
Applied Reproductive Management for Cattle (Rio Arriba County)
Alert and provide livestock producers in Rio Arriba County an opportunity to learn skills that will improve the reproductive performance and efficiency in their beef cattle.
(Part of the Applied Reproductive Management for Cattle state-level plan.)
County-level
Brush and Weed Control Education Program (Rio Arriba County)
To educate land owners and land management agencies by engaging them in the development of land management objectives that will best fit resources available.
(Part of the Brush and Weed Control Education Program state-level plan.)
County-level
Civil Rights - Program Development Dept. (Rio Arriba County)
Civil Rights compliance by New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service is mandated by federal laws and is directly tied to Extension's receipt of federal funding. Noncompliance may lead to loss of funding from our Federal partner.
(Part of the Civil Rights state-level plan.)
County-level
Sustainable and/or organic tree fruit and berry production management systems (Rio Arriba County)
To assist potential and established producers of fruit and berries with the integration of system approaches that will make producers profitable and sustainable.
County-level
Youth Development (Rio Arriba County)
Youth in Rio Arriba County will be assisted through education with emphasis on hands-on learning experiences and promotes life skills knowledge that will empower them to become productive members of society.
(Part of the Youth Development state-level plan.)
County-level